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Global Americans provides leading independent, non-partisan coverage of regional foreign affairs and great power politics across the Americas. Our research and analysis on the subject draws from experts across the region and informs the work of government officials, business executives, journalists, educators, students, and others interested in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Explaining and Predicting: The Americas Act and Its Chances of Becoming Law 
In this explainer we examine the Americas Act, its key provisions and impact for the region, and the prospects for its passage. 
Who Will Lead Panama? Predictions, Top Candidates, and Foreign Policy Priorities
In a field split among eight candidates, the absence of a leader capable of addressing the country's many challenges has become increasingly apparent.
The Destruction of Mexico’s Foreign Policy
Mexico's foreign policy’s recurrent ignominies and blunders are not the result of an incompetent strategy or a mistake, but rather a series of tantrums lacking ...
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Understanding the Venezuela-Guyana Controversy: Exploring the Geopolitical Implications

Chile's Constitutional Rewrite: A Global Americans Explainer

Analyzing Argentina's Presidential Elections: A Global Americans Explainer


Explaining and Predicting: How the U.S. Could Help Bolster Chile’s Role in the Critical Mineral Supply Chain
This comprehensive explainer ventures into how the Inflation Reduction Act benefits Chile, its operational dynamics, areas lacking efficacy, and the adjustments required to optimize its ...
Ecuador’s Challenge: Security, Trade, and Growth
Ecuador is at an inflection point, poised to harness comparative advantages in mining, agriculture, and tourism as catalysts for sustainable economic growth. But these require ...
Explaining and Predicting: Shifting Dynamics in NATO and Latin American Security
Amidst the prevailing uncertainty, one thing seems clear: the fabric of international security relationships could be on the cusp of unraveling, with Latin America forced ...

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